Well, I am so disapointed, have you heard the news about Vinokourov? What I don’t get is how do they think they’re going to get away with it, they get tested all year round?
Photo from here
Still, it was a good race again today…I bet they’re all really feeling the pressure now they are so close to the end.
Me? I got injured on a rest day! Cleaning tins ready for recycling, there was a little “nick” on the edge which gave me quite a scratch:
The annoying bit is, it’s just where my needles rest on my hand when I’m knitting!
My intention was to say that like Vino, I’ll forget the pain and climb on up my mountain, but in the light of things…
My rest day consisted of some easy knitting:
This is the back of “Alexis”, a toddler’s coat from a Rowan magazine “Little Treasures”, designed by Lois Daykin. Patterns like these, I feel are the best, totally simple, but eye-catching and intricate.
Knitted in whatever cotton; cotton acrylic mixes or babmboo I have in my stash, on size 4 1/2 straight needles.
After two and half pairs of socks, a steep learning curve on circular knitting, I need you all to give me a final push up the last hill climb, which will be to get this chunky cardi done. I have half done as you can see here:
and 12 rows away from finishing the 3rd quarter, I can do this!